There is a sucker born every minute o sa Pilipino may mga taong naloloko kada minuto. Ayan nasa TV evening news na naman, tag P12 million, tag P16 million ang nagkakawalaan sa mga gustong kumita sa investment scam multi-level marketing’s One Dream Global Marketing Inc. sa Batangas, Pangasinan, at Maynila dahil ang P880 nila after 4 days kikita ng P1,300. Anak ng baka, ano ito bentahan ng shabu? Wala namang ganitong negosyo na kumikita ng 40% kada apat na araw. Kaya kayo na tumataya sa Pyramid Scheme dito sa atin baka kayo na rin ang susunod, sayang ang pinaghirapan nyo na dugot pawis tapos ay itatakbo lang nitong mga masasamang loob!
|Mangaldan Mayor Bona Fe D. Parayno|
There's a sucker born every minute" is a phrase most likely spoken by David Hannum, in criticism of both P. T. Barnum, an American showman of the mid 1800s, and his customers. The phrase is often credited to Barnum himself. It means "Many people are gullible (psst sa Tagalog “madaling lokohin), and we can expect this to continue. Kayo na nagbabasa nitong column, are you gullible, too?
Four years from now, Indonesia which has 2.5 times the 100 million population of the Philippines will have a higher Gross Domestic Product (GDP) per head of $5,515 given expectations that it would have a $1.46-trillion economy—or almost three times larger than that of the Philippines. The Philippines is projected to have a Per Capita GDP of $3,122 (market exchange rates) or $7,320 PPP or per purchasing power under a $493.2 billion economy in 2015. Why we are being left behind by Indonesia that was on its knees on the Asian financial crisis of 1997–1998 and Global Financial Crisis in 2012?
THE ANSWER IS OUR XENOPHOBIC 60-40% THAT FAVOUR FILIPINO BUSINESSMEN.
Indonesia, Singapore , Malaysia have all the good time sucking all the foreign direct investment (FDI) every year while our pathetic government watch on the sideline wondering what hit them.
Sa Tagalog, wala namang problema kahit sumabog pa ang population natin dahil masarap gumawa ng bata lalo tag ulan ngayon. Pero pag ginagawa mo ang bata sa Pinas na ang problema ay unemployment, hindi na tama iyon dahil wala ka ng maipapakain sa pamilya mo tapos dadagdagan mo pa.
Hindi gaya kung nakatira ka sa Indonesia na nagdadagsaan na sa industry and service sectors nila ang FDI at mga local investors may sapat na trabaho ang mga tao para pambili ng maka-in nila para may lakas sila gumawa ng maraming bata, este, pangtulong sa future ng kanilang pamilya.
A latest well-funded scientific polls says that Mangaldan Mayor Bona Fe D. Parayno has 65% of the votes while Vice Mayor Manny Casupang and Ritchie Abalos have a pathetic 16%, an unspecified single digit, respectively, if the mayoralty election was held on the day the survey was held.
This was what lawyer Joseph Emmanuel Cera, a Parayno unabashed critic and a vice mayoralty timber, when he asked me at Star Plaza how I see the mayoralty race in his burgeoning town.
“Just like my fearless forecast against all boxing analysts in the country of a Floyd Mayweather wins against Manny “senatorial shoo-in God save us” Pacquiao, the boxing, er, election in Mangaldan has been already concluded,” I told him.